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Camping Le Pastory

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Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur Vaucluse BEDOIN
  • At the foot of Mont Ventoux
  • Between Provençal Baronies and Luberon
  • 30 minutes from the Dentelles de Montmirail

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Ascent of Mont Ventoux from the Camping The Pastory

Bicycle tourism

The ascent of Mont Ventoux is one of the most legendary in France. Departing from Camping The Pastory, treat yourself to the most difficult of the three routes that climb the giant of Provence. Many other essential itineraries await you.

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A cycling destination

At the foot of Mont Ventoux or to climb its summit, many routes are an invitation to travel for cycling enthusiasts. Passes, belvederes, gorges and valleys offer circuits of easy, intermediate or difficult difficulty. With such an offer, le Camping The Pastory has chosen to develop a special welcome for cyclists wishing to experience their sporting holidays intensely.

A mythical ascent

Climbing Mont Ventoux is an essential stage of the Tour de France. Departing from Sault or Malaucène, the route is well worth the effort. But it is from Bédoin that the journey is the most difficult. During your holidays in the Vaucluse, cycle up one of the most prestigious roads in France in a harsh and demanding climate.

mountain biking at Camping The Pastory


Since 2018, the Mont Ventoux Natural Park has created a VTT-FFC Ventoux area, labeled by the French Cycling Federation.

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The Mountain Bike Area-FFC Ventoux

No less than 220 kilometers spread over 12 labeled courses will lead you from slopes and foothills from Mont Ventoux to the Pays de Sault. Lavender lands, Pernois hills, large woods, les baux or le rat… You are bound to find the circuit that meets your expectations. For the more adventurous, the enduros of Ventoux by the south or north faces are absolutely essential.

The Great Mountain Bike Crossing of the Vaucluse

The Great Mountain Bike Crossing of the Vaucluse makes it possible to complete the Tour du Mont Ventoux and the Tour du Pays de Sault in 6 to 7 days. This demanding and technical itinerary will lead you to discover the giant of Provence, the laces of Montmirail, the mountains of Vaucluse and the Luberon. Unforgettable landscapes and thrills guaranteed in the heart of a breathtaking natural setting...

Trail at Mont Ventoux Camping The Pastory


Mont Ventoux is also an ideal site for trail enthusiasts. Each year, moreover, the now famous Trail of the Ventoux.

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Exceptional trail routes

With its forest or rocky paths and paths, its Mediterranean climate and its incredible panoramas, the Vaucluse is a dream territory for trail runners of all levels.

Since 10 years the Ventoux Trail is also an unmissable event for lovers of running in the middle of nature in the south of France. Three routes of 27, 46 and 72 kilometers are thus accessible to trail runners.

Trail of the Ventoux

  • The 27 kilometer route
    A route through forest paths, line of jas, Beaume du Chat and Combe de Maraval...
  • The 46 kilometer route
    This mythical Provençal circuit offers an incursion on the summits along the five kilometers of ridges.
  • The 72 kilometer route
    This route offers a complete crossing of the Ventoux massif with a passage at the top!
Trail at Camping The Pastory


Provence is obviously a land of hiking. Departing from Camping The Pastory, in the Barronnies Provençales or in the Luberon, the trails are calling you.

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Hikes close to camping

Departing from Bédoin or surrounding hamlets, many hiking routes waiting for you. Your hosts will be able to guide you and advise you as well as possible.

First, explore the valley of Maraval with family. Discover the sheepfolds of Mont Ventoux on the occasion of an average classified hike. Then go through the Jas du Pié Gros and Landérots on the southern slope of Ventoux Finally, the very difficult challenge of the ascent of the giant of Provence by the north face, is reserved for the most seasoned hikers.

In the Luberon

Not far from Roussillon, discover the Veroncle or Lioux gorges. Then set off on a path of medium difficulty which will take you from Gordes to Bories before ending at the Abbey of Sénanque.

In the Barronnies of Provence

Departing from Buis-les-Barronnies, take a walk around the emblematic Saint-Julien rock. From Saint-Léger-du-Ventoux, then treat yourself to a very beautiful hike to the north of Mont Ventoux.


Since Camping the Pastory, two emblematic climbing sites await you. The laces of Montmirail and the Combe Obscure will delight amateurs.

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The Dark Combe

A hundred south-facing routes, classified from 4a to 7c, are spread over two limestone cliffs at the Combe Obscure site. Holes, crimps and drops of water will be your catches on the long routes of the main cliff. 80 meters of rope will be needed for your sessions. Be careful, the equipment is spaced out by an average of 4 meters or even more on these routes. For beginners, the school site located in the valley offers two cliffs facing each other, for ratings of 3 to 5. The bolts are placed there every 50 centimeters.

Montmirail laces

Experience unforgettable ascents all year round to the assault of the Dentelles de Montmirail. The limestone chains of Grand Travers, Gigondas and Clapis are indeed oriented east-west. Choose the north face in case of strong heat. Prefer the south face in case of strong mistral or cold weather. Level 5, 6 and 7 routes await you there. Ridge crossings, aerial courses, technical slabs and overhanging routes bring a beautiful diversity to this unmissable and majestic site.

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